The young and old alike claimed their spot near the sundial outside the Planetarium for a chance to witness the historic event.
If you can’t make it outside for Monday’s solar eclipse, fear not – NASA’s got you covered.
Franklin, in Macon County, will be able to see 100 percent coverage during Monday’s eclipse.
The group from Envision Science Academy are going to Summerton, South Carolina.
Hotels in the area are full so some people are camping out and hospitals stocked up on snake anti-venom.
People were also waiting in long lines in Kentucky, Florida, and Georgia.
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The special chocolate-covered doughnuts are available during “Hot Light” hours on Saturday and Sunday.
“In no way, shape or form should you look at the eclipse without protective eyewear in place,” said Sean Smolenyak.
For those who didn’t get their glasses Friday, there’s still hope!